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# 10 online quiz study - CHAPTER 10 The null hypothesis for a...

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CHAPTER 10 The null hypothesis for a main effect is - we don’t have enough information to decide In SPSS, a 4X5, between-groups ANOVA would typically have ___ data-entry columns on the spreadsheet. -3 The formula for degrees of freedom for the interaction is ____. -None of these is correct The formula for degrees of freedom for a main effect is ____. - k- 1 A two-way ANOVA has ____ factor(s). - 2 The first step when manipulating the data from a two-way ANOVA design is to - lay out each cell as its own column Which of the following are possible results? - all of these are possible The null hypothesis for an interaction is ____. -µ1=µ2 A significant___ is not as important as a significant ___. - main effect; interaction In the two-way ANOVA, total between-group variability must be divided into - two main effects and an interaction Each SS bg portion must be divided by ____. - degrees of freedom The two-way ANOVE provides tests for ___effects.

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Unformatted text preview: -2 If you wanted to analyze a data set with two factors, each having three levels, the design would have ___cells.- 9 A main effect is- the effect of one factor, ignoring the other factor in a study. Suppose you wanted to analyze a data set with two factors, each having three levels. If N = 45 with equal n per cell, how many people would be found in each cell of the design?- 5 A significant ANOVA for a main effect with three groups requires- we don’t have enough information to decide A significant ANOVA for a main effect with two groups requires- only plain English based on the two group means If an interaction is significant, analysis of 6 cells requires ____ comparisons.- 9 Supposed you wanted to analyze a data set with two factors, each having three levels, and you had 30 people tested under one factor. How many people would be found in each level?- we don’t have enough information to decide...
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